We are proud to present you our SoliPaper ULS-grade High Strength, also referred to as SoliPaper HS-grade. Originally developed as a fire protection shield for EV battery pack thermal runaway, but now seeing a much wider range of applications. It combines high strength, low dust, and temperature resistance. It is made from SoliWool™ ULS® fibers along with a small percentage of special high-strength fibers and selected fillers.
SoliPaper™ HS offers up to 8 times higher tensile strength than standard low bio persistence fiber paper, delivering exceptional strength, mechanical resistance, a smooth surface, and low dust. While SoliPaper HS is primarily based on 1260°C rated SoliWool ULS bulk fiber, it is recommended for continuous use temperatures up to 900°C due to the burnout of fillers and added high-strength fibers over time.
Not only does the SoliPaper HS-grade offer higher stength, but because of a better interlocking of the fiber, it also offers lower dust and a high delamination strength when made self adhesive. Where with most of the SoliPaper products we are able to offer a uniform, lightweight, low shot and flexible paper-like products, we take this one step further with the SoliPaper HS-grade. With its flexibility and high tensile strength, SoliPaper HS is targeted for applications requiring further processing such as laminated composites, die-cutting, rolling, and folding.
All products within the SoliWool ULS fiber range, including SoliPaper HS, meet the requirements specified under NOTE Q of European Regulation 1272/2008. Therefore, SoliPaper ULS products are exempt from labeling requirements in Europe.
SoliPaper HS is exclusively available in Jumbo-sized rolls, making it optimal for producing large quantities of die-cut gaskets, minimizing cutting waste in the automotive and domestic appliances industries.
Next to the SoliPaper in the low bio persistence grade (LBP) we also offer a standard range of RCF(-Zr) Papers from 1260 to 1430°C and special paper grades using PCW fibers up till 1600°C.
- High fiber index
- Low shot technology
- Excellent insulation performance
- High handling strength
- Close dimensional tolerance
- Smooth surface and low dust
- Easy die-cutting for high temperature gaskets
- Excellent thermal stability
- Exonerated of carcinogenic classification under Note Q
- Gasket for domestic appliances
- Thermal insulation in automotive heat shields
- Fire protection shield against thermal runaway (EV vehicles)
- General technical insulation of furnaces and
High Strength paper from low bio persistence (LBP) high temperature insulation fibers and special fillers.
SoliPaper HS-grade has a classification temperature of 1000°C and advised for maximum continuous use at 900°C.
The maximum continuous use temperature provided on the website is a guideline and only applicable in a clean oxidizing atmosphere.
SoliPaper is part of an extensive product range supplied by Vulcor Insulation. Vulcor Insulation is supplying insulation solutions from cryogenic to high temperature applications. All products offered by Vulcor are manufactured in house or sourced from exclusive trusted third party partners.
Vulcor Insulation provides specifiers and customers with guidance on all aspects of the materials selection for their application, the installation and compliance with relevant regulations and performance standards.
For additional information about product performance, or to identify the recommended product for your application, please contact the team at Vulcor Insulation.
SoliPaper HS is manufactured in a density of 230 to 250 kg/m3 and in a standard thickness range from 1 till 6 mm. SoliPaper HS is available in palletized jumbo rolls, with 4 rolls per pallet. The rolls are equipped with hoist belts to ease the unloading process. Please refer to the provided list for the dimensions of the jumbo rolls.
|Length (mm)||Width (mm)||Thickness (mm)|
|Properties measured||Standard||Unit||SoliPaper HS-grade|
|Continuous use temperature||°C||900|
|Loss on ignition||wgt%||< 10|
|Thickness 1 to 4 mm||kPa||> 1200|
|Thickness 4 to 6 mm||kPa||> 2400|
|Permanent linear shrinkage||EN 1094-1||%|
|@ 900°C||< 3|
|Thermal conductivity||ASTM C201||W/mK|
|Chemical composition (after firing),||ISO 12677||%|